The Family Room Blog
Innovative Health Care and Shelter Solutions for Trafficking Survivors Win the First Partnership for Freedom Challenge
Contest sought proposals for ideas, partnerships and approaches to improve services for human trafficking survivors.
Office of Child Care Director Shannon Rudisill reflects on how the President’s Early Learning Agenda would raise wages for the two million-person early childhood education.
Food deserts often overlap with low-income and racial/ethnic minority neighborhoods, putting this segment of the population at higher risk for adverse health outcomes,
New brief highlights particular strategies for enhancing cultural responsiveness with Hispanic communities.
Assets for Independence grantee creates ladders of opportunity for many first-generation college students.
Departments of Education, Labor, and Health and Human Services Want Ideas on How to Better Prepare Our Workforce
Joint analysis of information to help improve quality of career pathways systems.
Free conference will be held May 28-30, at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C. Deadline to register is May 9.
Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellow writes about the great work being done in Baltimore to help the homeless.
Sex trafficking is happening in the United States, and it is happening in Indian Country.
The Departments of Health and Human Services and Education have partnered to launch a coordinated effort to encourage developmental and behavioral screening and support for children, families and the providers who care for them.